Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians - Shooting Rubber Bands At The Stars Shooting Rubber Bands At The Stars
Pop New - LP GHS 24192 Geffen
Sealed 1988 Original. Tiny Saw Cut. “As Debut Albums By Young Bands Go, Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars Is Nearly Flawless. With A Slight Southern Twinge In Her Voice, The 23-Year-Old Brickell Churned Out Brilliant Lyrics And Captivating Vocal Performances, Backed By The Solid And Innovative Players That Comprised The Original New Bos — Kenny Withrow, Brad Houser, John Bush, And Brandon Aly. Twisting Words Like Putty, Brickell Wraps Herself Up In Phrases And Melodic Lines With Layers Of Meaning Not Easily Grasped At First Listen. Her Simple Observations Offer Deep Contemplations For The Willing Disciples Of Her Musical Philosophies. The Catchy Breakthrough Hit "What I Am" Is The Perfect Example: "I'm Not Aware Of Too Many Things/I Know What I Know, If You Know What I Mean." Zen And The Art Of Songwriting. On Other Fronts, Brickell's Fascination With Actress Edie Sedgwick Turned Itself Into "Little Miss S.," While Strained Friendships Inspired "Circle." Every Song On This Record Hits Its Mark And Is Worthy Of Special Attention.” Kelly McCartney, All Music Guide.... more details
 

141991 Items in DB

- VINYL RECORDS

SEARCH DATABASE
BY PERFORMER

A B C D E F
G H I J K L
M N O P Q R
S T U V W X
Y Z        
0 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9    

SEARCH DATABASE
BY GENRE

- Accessory
- Bluegrass
- Blues
- Broadway
- Cajun
- Choral
- Christmas
- Classical
- Comedy
- Country
- Disco
- Electronic
- Flamenco
- Folk
- Funk
- Gospel
- Heavy Metal
- Hip Hop
- Indian
- Jazz
- Musical
- New Age
- Opera
- Pop
- Prog
- Psych
- Punk
- Rap
- Reggae
- Rockabilly
- Soul
- Sound Effects
- Soundtrack
- Spoken Word
- Test - LP
- World

(h)